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I need to know where the fuse is for my radio

I have a 1989 camaro 2.8 v6 the radio will not work and i need to know where i can find the fuse so i can see if that fixes the problem

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    Marvin May 11, 2010

    inside fuse box marked radio

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Do you know where the fuse box is located? It will either be under the dash on the drivers side or on the side of the dash where the door shuts on either side. The radio fuse is a 10 amp fuse and if there is not a listing on the fuse box door or on the fuse box its self then you can use a test light to see if there are any blown. To do this you will need to find a good ground (I like the hinge bolts on the door my self) the fuse has to little metal spots on top. Check both sides with the ignition on or in the accy position. You should get light on both sides if you only get it on one side the fuse is blown if you get no power then there is no power getting to the fuse. To find the one you want you may have to test all of them.

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